FRAM may refer to any of the following:
1. Short for Ferroelectric RAM, FRAM is a random-access storage that uses a special magnetic film. Similar to other computer memory, like DRAM, FRAM can read and write data at faster speeds, but what makes it unique is its ability to retain that data when power is turned off, like ROM.
2. A slang term that combines the words friend and spam, FRAM is used to describe unwanted e-mail sent to a user by their friends, family, or acquaintances.